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3 bowlers to watch out for in India vs Australia U-19 World Cup finals

The Indian and Australian fans are once again gearing up for another summit clash between the two teams but this time is in the Under-19 World Cup final in Benoni, South Africa. There will be some promising youngsters who will be representing both teams in this clash of titans. Let us take a look at 3 bowlers to watch out for in the India vs Australia Under-19 World Cup final. 

Saumy Pandey 

3 bowlers to watch out for in India vs Australia U-19 World Cup finals
Saumy Pandey

The Indian slow left-arm orthodox Saumy Pandey has emerged as a prominent wicket-taker for India in the Under-19 World Cup. Whenever Captain Uday Saharan finds himself in a dilemma, Saumy Pandey makes an entry into the scene and clears all the chaos. Currently, Pandey is the third-highest wicket-taker during the tournament with 17 wickets in his bag. During the final, he will be a key player for the Indian team which is looking to lift the sixth Under-19 World Cup title. 

Tom Straker

3 bowlers to watch out for in India vs Australia U-19 World Cup finals
Tom Straker

The Australian right-arm pacer Tom Straker has been impressive throughout the tournament. Straker has showcased his skills in the World Cup to guide the Australian team to yet another final. The Kangaroos will be hoping to take up another match-winning bowling spell from Straker who has picked up 12 wickets so far, at a remarkable average of 9.25. He left the opposition, Pakistan, shell-shocked with his jaw-dropping spell during the semi-finals. He took 6 wickets to break the spine of Pakistan’s batting unit. 

Callum Vidler

3 bowlers to watch out for in India vs Australia U-19 World Cup finals
Callum Vidler

Callum Vidler has been the perfect partner for Tom Straker as he has been a consistent performer throughout the tournament. Like his partner, Vidler has also picked up 12 wickets in this edition at an average of 10.75. The talented youngster had delivered his best performance during this World Cup against the arch-rivals England. He took 4 wickets to force the opposition to surrender in the run chase. Against a formidable Indian batting unit, it will once again take a special effort from Vidler to put the Kangaroos in a comfortable position.

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